Produced by Yevhenia Tokar
03 June 2021
Donetsk IDPs Face Potential Loss Of Homes Under Separatist ‘Nationalization’ Policy
An attempt to “nationalize” so-called “ownerless” real estate in parts of Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region controlled by pro-Russian separatists has become the latest challenge for Kyiv’s struggle to exert authority over the area.
22 April 2021
'Russia Should Be Free': Moscow Protesters On Aleksei Navalny's Health Care Rights
Thousands of Russians took to the streets the evening of April 21, 2021 to urge the government to allow jailed opposition leader Aleksei Navalny access to private physicians and, ultimately, to release him from prison. Current Time spoke with protesters in Moscow about their views.
29 March 2021
How Annexed Crimea's Residents Cope Without Drinking Water
Seven years after its 2014 annexation by Russia, Crimea, a Ukrainian peninsula that once thrived on tourism, is struggling to find adequate drinking water. Ukraine, which formerly supplied most of Crimea’s potable water, refused to continue those supplies once Russia took over the peninsula.